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This website provides information about our practice, as well as seasonal updates and reminders, some useful reference articles and links to websites which our patients have found helpful for advice on common topics of interest.

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Seasonal Messages Seasonal Messages

IN OBSERVANCE OF

INDEPENDENCE DAY,

OUR OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED

FRIDAY, JULY 3RD AND SATURDAY, JULY 4TH.

 

CAMP SEASON IS HERE!

 MAKE SURE TO CALL OUR OFFICE TO SCHEDULE YOUR YEARLY WELL EXAM IN ADVANCE.

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THERE WILL BE A $10.00 FEE  

CHARGED FOR ANY FORM THAT

REQUIRES A PROVIDER TO

COMPLETE.

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PLEASE BE ADVISED WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF CHANGING OUR TELEPHONE SYSTEM.

IF YOU CAN NOT REACH THE OFFICE, PLEASE CALL 646-397-7445

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

 

Breastfeeding Support Groups will be held in our Park Slope office on the first and third Thursday of every month from 10:30am-12:00pm. Sessions will be lead by Denise McDonald, IBCLC.  Please email her for confirmation: dmcdibclc@gmail.com.  Drop-ins are also welcome!

Check back for a revised summer schedule!

We are going green! In an effort to reduce paper billing for co-insurance and deductible balances, we are now requesting that you leave your credit card information on file for future use.

Please be aware there is a $25.00 no show fee for missed appointments that have been confirmed. If you need to reschedule, please call us as soon as possible to avoid this charge.

 

During the summer months the question of tick bites and Lyme disease comes up frequently.  On the "Healthy Links" page, there are links to the Healthy Children.org website, and the CDC websites where you can look up the most current approaches to monitoring, diagnosing, and treating tick-borne disease.  On these websites you may also check the latest on safe ingredients in sunscreens and insect repellants.
   
Another link I have posted is the Lactmed website of the National Institutes of Health .  On this website, you can type in the name of any medication and learn whether or not it is compatible with breast feeding.